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CUCR Drama Stretches Into Reading Week

Bwog is always ready to listen to anyone’s grievances. Wannabe malcontent Britt Fossum attended an impromptu meeting of CUCR that was held in place of the cancelled board meeting. Currently, SGB and CUCR are holding a town hall. The official Sunday night board meeting of the Columbia University College Republicans was postponed and then cancelled entirely […]

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Bwoglines: New Perspectives Edition

A time in which we have no government seems to call for a new perspective on life, a new outlook, and renewed motivation to help make this world better. Right now it looks like we’re collectively doing a pretty great job of keeping the American economy intact. (Vice) We have to wonder if those electeds […]

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